Weight Loss by Diet Pills
If you are obese or overweight, lowering your body weight to normal may be your goal, but you may not be able to do so. You might have tried many methods for reducing body weight, but failed to reduce body weight to normal or after reducing body weight to normal, you regained after some time. If you are in this category, you should get diet pills like orlistat or Alli (trade name) for reducing your body weight.
Orlistat is approved by FDA to be used for treatment of obesity. It is proved to reduce body weight in many clinical trials (hence approved by FDA for use) and can effectively reduce body weight in obese individuals. For getting the best result in weight loss alli or orlistat should be combined with regular exercise and a proper diet plan. Orlistat not only reduce body weight in obese individuals, it can also maintain (maintaining body weight after losing it is the main problem of weight reduction strategies) body weight after losing it.
How Alli act?
Alli or orlistat is an inhibitor of gastric and pancreatic lipase (the enzyme that is responsible for digestion and absorption fats from intestine). It reduces digestion and absorption of triglycerides by inhibiting lipase. It also reduces absorption fat soluble vitamins (vitamin A, D, E and K are fat soluble vitamins, which need fats for their absorption) and dietary cholesterol. By reducing fat absorption alli reduces body weight.
Side effects of orlistat:
Alli has some side effects which are commonly experienced by persons using it for weight loss. The side effects may be common, but they are generally mild and not serious. The side effects of alli are nausea, pain in abdomen, flatulence (gas in stomach), fatty diarrhea etc. These side effects usually go away after using it for sometime and it is not difficult to adjust to these side effects.